Top 5 Contenders to play in the Super Bowl

With few more weeks to go before the NFL playoffs, contenders for the Super Bowl are easily being figured out. As the regular season comes near to end, here you can graphically track who are the top adversaries to play the Super Bowl in both the AFC and NFC.

In the AFC, there are two teams that already created the gap against other teams. The New England Patriots and Pittsburgh Steelers have two games advantage against their nearest competitors vying for the top two seeds, which will get first round byes. With Tom Brady, the Patriots continuously navigate through their schedule with ease. On the other hand, the leadership of Ben Roeithlisberger has put the Steelers in winning situations in the past three games. In order to break the current deadlock in the AFC Standings, Pittsburgh and New England will play in Week 15.

In the NFC, the Minnesota Vikings and the Philadelphia Eagles are of the same record with 10-2. Surprisingly, the two teams have the defensive arsenals that could derail the offense of the opposing teams. Moreover, the rise of Minnesota’s quarterback Case Kenuum and Philadelphia’s quarterback Carson Wentz cannot be neglected as part of the current success of both teams. Both the Vikings and the Eagles have a game advantage to their nearest competitors fighting for the No. 1 and No. 2 seed in the NFC.

Thus, the New England Patriots, Pittsburgh Steelers, Minnesota Vikings, Philadelphia Eagles are certainly be the contenders four the Super Bowl. To make it five, the New Orleans Saints cannot be avoided in the conversation. With Drew Brees as the quarterback of the Saints, anything can happen.